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Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa (1999) {Deutsche Grammophon 00289 479 0569}

Arvo Pärt - Tabula Rasa (1999) {Deutsche Grammophon 00289 479 0569}
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© 1999 Deutsche Grammophon | 00289 479 0569
Classical / Contemporary Classical

Estonian composer Arvo Pärt is best known for the mystical minimalist style he developed in the late 1970s. While pivotal works from this period are included here, this disc's special value is the glimpse it gives of where Pärt was coming from before he simplified his style. His Symphony no. 3 from 1971 contains many premonitions of the austere, quasi-religious music to come: unaccompanied Gregorian chant-like melodies, for example, and the punctuation of bells. But the Symphony also has a wider range of expression, color and dramatic contrasts, sharing a seriousness of purpose with Pärt's later works, but in a manner more akin to Shostakovich.

Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa (1984) {ECM 1275} [Repost]  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 7, 2013
Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa (1984) {ECM 1275} [Repost]

Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa (1984) {ECM 1275}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 266MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Classical, Minimalism, Chamber

This seminal disc now almost seems like the manifesto for a whole new strain of minimalism that has found an enormously receptive audience. It represented a breakthrough for Estonian composer Arvo Part, whose music–like that of his European colleagues John Tavener and Henryk Gуrecki–pursues an austerely beautiful simplicity that suggests spiritual illumination. Fratres, given here in two versions, one for piano and violin and the other for 12 cellos, repeatedly intones a sequence resembling chant to convey a sensibility that seems at once archaic and beyond time. Violinist Gidon Kremer, for whom Part wrote the exquisitely contemplative and hypnotic title work, grasps the music's koan-like idiom, allowing an inner fullness to resonate through the most fragile, ethereal wisps of tone against the mysterious clangings of prepared piano.

Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa (1999) by request  Music

Posted by ooliver at July 15, 2009
Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa (1999)  by request

Arvo Part: Tabula Rasa (1999)
Gil Shaham & Adele Anthony, violin - Neeme Jarvi, conductor
Avant-Garde | (flac, cue, log) | 7-zip | 305 MB |
DDG 20/21 CD 457 647-2 | 58:29 | Artworks & Booklet

The music of Arvo Part contains a message which appeals to the deepest spiritual needs of our time.
Neeme Jarvi

Tasmin Little, Martin Roscoe & Richard Studt - Arvo Pärt (1994)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at Jan. 18, 2018
Tasmin Little, Martin Roscoe & Richard Studt - Arvo Pärt (1994)

Tasmin Little, Martin Roscoe & Richard Studt - Arvo Pärt: Tabula Rasa, Fratres, Spiegel Im Spiegel, Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten (1994)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 63:41 | 255 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI Eminence | Catalog: 7243 5 65031 2 0

This disc of music by Arvo Pärt offers a generous representative sampling of his orchestral and chamber works from early in his holy minimalist (or, as he preferred, tintinnabuli) phase, mostly from the late 1970s but some as late as 1990. The pieces include some of his most popular works, notably Fratres (which exists in nearly a dozen incarnations), Spiegel in Spiegel (of which there are nearly half as many versions), Summa, and Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten.

Arvo Part - Litany (1996) {ECM New Series 1592}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Feb. 13, 2016
Arvo Part - Litany (1996) {ECM New Series 1592}

Arvo Part - Litany (1996) {ECM New Series 1592}
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© 1996 ECM Records | ECM New Series 1592
Classical / Avant-Garde / Choral / Orchestral / Modern Composition

With Litany, Estonian composer Arvo Pärt created one of his most stirring works: a nearly 23-minute-long composition for orchestra and vocal ensemble based on the 24 prayers of St. John Chrysostom (one for each hour of the day). Commissioned for the 25th Oregon Bach Festival, the composition is both memorable and timeless. It finds influences in everything from chant to the repetition of modern minimalism. Play it loudly and the striking vocals of the Hilliard Ensemble simply soar against the strings of the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra. The orchestral Trisagion harkens toward Litany's mood swings and impact, but–sans voice–lacks the mysticism. One of Pärt's best, and as sacred as modern compositions come.
Borusan Quartet - Company: Arvo Part, Hasan Ucarsu, Philip Glass, Peteris Vasks (2017)

Borusan Quartet - Company: Arvo Pärt, Hasan Uçarsu, Philip Glass, Pēteris Vasks (2017)
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Genre: Classical, Contemporary | Label: Onyx Classics | # 4171 | Time: 01:03:45

Of four living composers here, one is less well known. Like the Borusan Quartet itself, Hasan Uçarsu (born 1965) is Turkish. His String Quartet No 2 “The Untold” consists of two short, pensive outer movements – called epilogue and prologue – and two questing, energetic central movements full of Anatolian folk inspiration. Arvo Pärt’s Summa is a string version of a meditative vocal piece from 1977. Pēteris Vasks, like Pärt, found his own spiritual voice within or despite the restrictive Soviet aesthetic, as witnessed in his poignant String Quartet No 4. Philip Glass, in contrast, wrote his Quartet No 2, robustly minimalist, as stage music for an adaptation of Samuel Beckett’s novel Company. A fascinating, engagingly played quartet of quartets.

Orfani Ringo N.42 - Tabula Rasa (2017)  Comics

Posted by edi1967 at Sept. 2, 2017
Orfani Ringo N.42 - Tabula Rasa (2017)

Orfani Ringo N.42 - Tabula Rasa (2017)
Italian | CBR + PDF | 52 pages | 100 MB
Alfred Schnittke, Arvo Part - Konzert fur Chor - Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Peter Dijkstra (2013) {BR Klassik 900505}

Alfred Schnittke, Arvo Pärt - Konzert für Chor - Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Peter Dijkstra (2013) {BR Klassik 900505}
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© 2013 BR Klassik | 90050
Classical / Contemporary Classical / Choral

The disc contains moving choral music written by two of the most significant composers of the 20th century. At its world premiere in 1986, Alfred Schnittke's Concerto for Chorus was said to be revolutionary, whilst Arvo Pärt remains one of the most popular composers of the present day.

Arvo Part - De Profundis (1999) {Harmonia Mundi HMU 907182}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at July 26, 2017
Arvo Part - De Profundis (1999) {Harmonia Mundi HMU 907182}

Arvo Pärt - De Profundis (1999) {Harmonia Mundi HMU 907182}
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© 1996, 1999 Harmonia Mundi USA | HMU 907182
Classical / Contemporary Classical / Choral / Neo-Classical

Paul Hillier’s Theatre of Voices, like the Hilliard Ensemble with whom he was associated before settling in America, have given the music of Arvo Part a prominent place in their repertoire. Hillier has also written a book on Part – from which his notes accompanying this CD are mostly drawn (The Music of Arvo Part; OUP: 1997) – and in the collective interview run in last September’s issue (page 14) he described his first encounter with several of Part’s scores, “Something leapt out at me: this was the kind of music I had been waiting to perform”.

Arvo Part - Fratres (1997) {Naxos 8.553750}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at July 3, 2017
Arvo Part - Fratres (1997) {Naxos 8.553750}

Arvo Pärt - Fratres (1997) {Naxos 8.553750}
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© 1997 Naxos / HNH International | 8.553750
Classical / Contemporary Classical / Minimalism

This is serial composition, or variation. The first 8 tracks are the same work in 8 very different styles. See if you even notice it is the same piece. Different instruments, and arpeggios. I like it all. The first and the 8 Cellos version are perhaps my favorites, if you do not want them all. Also the 2nd track, a hard almost scratchy arpeggio version. I am getting into Arvo Part a little more now, though this is more or less his "Bolero"; a signature piece that builds on a rather simple, repeating theme, which is not like anything else by him- or anyone else. Well, you have to love a Soviet era composer who when the authorities began to annoy him, rather than cower or placate them with what they asked for, became more religious and started a series of variations (according to the liner notes, 2 taboos they warned him about). Gulag or bust? Well he's still around.